(NAS Colloquium) Auditory Neuroscience Development, Transduction, and Integration
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(NAS Colloquium) Auditory Neuroscience
Development, Transduction, and Integration
(2001)
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176 pages | 8 1/2 x 11
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Front Matter i-v
Introduction: Auditory Neuroscience: Development, Transduction, and Integration 11690-11691
Notch Signaling in the Development of the Inner Ear: Lessons from Drosophila 11692-11699
Molecular Genetics of Pattern Formation in the Inner Ear: Do Compartment Boundaries Play a Role? 11700-11706
Patterning of the Mammalian Cochlea 11707-11713
Cellular Studies of Auditory Hair Cell Regeneration in Birds 11714-11721
Hair Cell Recovery in Mitotically Blocked Cultures of the Bullfrog Saccule 11722-11729
Two Mechanisms for Transducer Adaptation in Vertebrate Hair Cells 11730-11735
Cochlear Mechanisms from a Phylogenetic Viewpoint 11736-11743
Mechanical Bases of Frequency Tuning and Neural Excitation at the Base of the Cochlea: Comparison of Basilar-membrane Vibrations and Auditory-nerve-fiber Responses in Chinchilla 11744-11750
The Spatial and Temporal Representation of a Tone on the Guinea Pig Basilar Membrane 11751-11758
Molecular Mechanisms of Sound Amplification in the Mammalian Cochlea 11759-11764
Putting Ion Channels to Work: Mechanoelectrical Transduction, Adaptation, and Amplification by Hair Cells 11765-11772
Detection of Synchrony in the Activity of Auditory Nerve Fibers by Octopus Cells of the Mammalian Cochlear Nucleus 11773-11779
Linear and Nonlinear Pathways of Spectal Information Transmission in the Cochlear Nucleus 11780-11786
Cellular Mechanisms for Resolving Phase Ambiguity in the Owl's Inferior Colliculus 11787-11792
Subdivisions of Auditory Cortex and Processing Streams in Primates 11793-11799
Mechanisms and Streams for Processing of 'What' and 'Where' in Auditory Cortex 11800-11806
The Corticofugal System for Hearing: Recent Progress 11807-11814
Traces of Learning in the Auditory Localization Pathway 11815-11820
Plasticity in the Neural Coding of Auditory Space in the Mammalian Brain 11821-11828
Spatial Processing in the Auditory Cortex in the Macaque Monkey 11829-11835
Song Selectivity and Sensorimotor Signals in Vocal Learning and Production 11836-11842
On Cortical Coding of Vocal Communication Sounds in Primates 11843-11849
A New View of Language Acquisition 11850-11857
List of Presentations 11858-11861
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National Academy of Sciences. (NAS Colloquium) Auditory Neuroscience Development, Transduction, and Integration. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2001.

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